Top-5 Open World Games of All Time

  • 06-07-2021 |
  • Polad Aladi

We all love open world games, right? But what are the best of the best? Here's our top 5 favorites!

#5 - Bioshock Infinite

We know what you're thinking, how can Bioshock Infinite be on the list, it's a first person shooter? Well, here's the thing. As you explore Columbia, you'll find that the city feels like a real city. It has a real history. People live here, and they have a culture. It's not just a city that you explore, it's an actual city. The way it's designed, and the way the city is laid out, is so unique and so amazing. Exploring this city is a blast.

#4 - Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

What makes the Phantom Pain so amazing is the level of detail that has gone into the world. You'll find yourself doing a lot of side missions, and whenever you do them you'll be surprised by how much of a living, breathing world it is. The world feels alive. You're going to be surprised by how much detail is in this game, and how much you'll find yourself going off the main story to explore more.

#3 - The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

The Witcher 3 is kind of like an open world version of the Game of Thrones TV show. The world is dark, gritty, and there's going to be a lot of things you don't want to see. But then again, you want to see it. The world has a lot of history to it, and you'll feel that history as you explore. It's a very immersive world, and it's a great place to be.

#2 - Grand Theft Auto 5

If you're going to play one open world game, it's going to be GTA 5. It's huge, it's detailed, and it's a blast. The world feels alive, and there's always something to do. The characters are amazing, and the game has a lot of humor to it that helps make it feel like a real world. It's definitely one of the most immersive open world games out there, and it's our number 2 pick.

#1 - Skyrim

We all know why Skyrim is number 1 on this list. There's a reason that Bethesda has released remasters of Skyrim. Because it's that good. The world is huge, but it feels like a real world. It's full of details, and it has a lot of things to do. It's a lot of fun just exploring the world, and that's why it's our number 1 pick.

Your Own World

We hope you enjoyed this list. So, you can choose your own world!
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